Recently I visited an organic farm here in Lubbock, Texas. I met Sherry Pullman who is working the land and providing the community with CSA (community supported agriculture) Produce.
Unrelated, or so I thought, I saw a recommendation for a documentary: Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, about two guys who go on a juice fast.
And, in a third stroke - a family member is having his own autoimmune issue right now and also on prednisone and ready to try anything to get his life back which is very much on the line. Funny how things come together....
So in a flash this morning, what an awesome idea for small farms trying to find new markets to offer a juice fast program in season? And what are the odds Tree Grace Farms is owned by a local Doctor in Lubbock? At the same time people could work on the farms to learn how to grow their own food?
Just a thought, but in the meantime, here's the video for Tree Grace Farms below and the trailer for "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead" (which you can watch for free from the link above!)
Welcome to my Journey!
I'm inviting you to join me on my journey as I seek to find a new way of being in an old set of systems. It's hard, but worth it!